President Trump Gives Heartfelt Speech on 911 Anniversary, “America Will be Made Great Again”

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President Donald Trump delivered some emotional remarks today on the 20 year anniversary of 911.

He gave his love and thanks to first responders, just as he did 20 years ago.

He also criticized Joe Biden and his inept administration for failing the Americans recently killed in Afghanistan.

President Trump ended his statement by saying:

“Don’t worry. America will be made great again.”

President Trump delivered remarks at the Let Us Worship “Day of Prayer for America,” which was also shared on social media:

President Trump also made a surprise visit to New York police and firefighters.

The New York Post has that story:

Former President Trump made a surprise visit with New York City police and firefighters Saturday to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks.

In remarks to assembled guests, the former president sharply rebuked President Biden and the US pullout from Afghanistan.

“It was gross incompetence and I hate to talk about it on this day,” Trump said.

Trump praised New York’s Finest, telling the crowd, “if they let you do your job you wouldn’t have crime in New York!”

As some in the crowd nodded their heads, The Donald jokingly warned them to “just stand and just be perfect.”

“Don’t nod, because if you do nod, you’ll get in trouble, OK?”

20 years ago, following the terrorist attacks in 2001, President Trump was on the ground helping victims.

This is what a true leader looks and sounds like.

President Trump called out Joe Biden for not even speaking a word to the American public today.

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